Voters nationwide have closely followed the eighth session of the 13 th National Assembly and showed their great interest in issues discussed during the event.

After hearing the Government report on the socio-economic situation in 2014, Ha Ngoc Dong, a voter from Kim Tan district in Lao Cai city, the northern province of Lao Cai, said he is optimistic about the national economic development as well as the high determination of the Party, the monitoring of the Government, and efforts of ministries.

He also held that discussions during the session have focused on practical issues that are of voters’ concern such as employment, corruption and environmental pollution.

Sharing Dong’s idea, Duong Ba Truc, a former official of the municipal Department of Science and Technology, said he hopes that deputies will pay more attention to issues related to employment and the strengthening of law enforcement.

Meanwhile, Tran Duy Viet, Chairman of the Farmers’ Association of the Central Highlands province Lam Dong, said he is delighted at the country’s economic recovery and growth as well as the efficiency of the new-style rural area building programme.

Policies on agriculture, rural areas and farmers have proved effective, helping ease difficulties for farmers, he said, noting that more attention and higher determination from the Government are needed to help farmers better access to capital resources.
At the same time, Ha Van Phuc, a voter from the southern province of Kien Giang , voiced his concern over the quality of health care services and the overloading in hospital.

Phuc, who is also Deputy Director of the provincial Health Department, said more support policies should be deployed to attract young and highly-qualified doctors to local hospitals and poor areas, while a larger amount of money needs to be poured into hospitals’ infrastructure and equipment.-VNA